ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Natalie Godfrey 51 years old, born on March 18, 1969 and passed away on July 5, 2020. We will remember her forever.  Her kind heart and sweet disposition to everyone she met. She had a heart of gold and loved the fine things in life. She never used foul language, loved comedy, and was a romantic who loved the innocence of Hallmark movies.

Please share a special memory in the stories or tribute section of Natalie and yourself and add a picture with comments if possible and dates in the gallery. This will be a fantastic way to show how many lives she touched.

When a service can be arranged, I will post it here. Hoping Mid August. If you want to donate something in Natalie’s honor, she loved Boogie very much and the Humane Society Is one idea and others would be at your discretion. 
Posted by Desiree Broadwell on July 25, 2020
I don’t even know where to begin. My heart stopped when hearing of your passing! I have been asking GOD why? Disbelief and speechless is the words I’ve chose. Your friendship to my family and ME is like no other! 37 years of smiles, laughter, talks, travels, dinners, breakfast, beach days and lots of stories till we cried. Your TRUE friendship and loyalty as a friend will be missed! I am just completely sad and so wishing I could have been by your side !! I’m so heart broken and PURE SAD!! Give Ann “Mamacita” a huge hug. Hug your grandparents neck for me. And Nat, I will always miss you, Think of you, look for your signs, and most of all... I will miss our late night phone calls . GOD has you in his arms now, enjoy catching up with mom. Hug my grandparents and sit tight beautiful lady... till we meet again❤️
Posted by George Bridges on July 23, 2020
Natalie, I just don't know what to say. My little lost friend. I wanted so much for you to be happy. I just didn't know how to do that for you. You were a gift in my life and you will always be part of me.
I know that you are where the sun is shinning on you and you're with your mother and little Boogie.
When I think of you it will always be happy thoughts and it will be often. Now you are happy and at peace. Good for you Natalie
Posted by Carolina Canelas on July 17, 2020
This is so hard for me, it’s been very painful to believe that Natalie is gone and I won’t hear her sweet voice calling me “ hey lady” . We always used to joke about that! We’ve been friends for 20 years, ever since I met her at work back in the days at Mayors jewelers at the Florida Mall. I don’t think I have enough words to express how special she has been not only in my life but in so many people! She was always full of life, a beautiful smile, liked all the fine things and traveled.
Mi amiga bella, I’m going to miss you so much! Rest In Peace in the arms of God! You’re in my thoughts and prayers, I couldn’t find pictures as you never wanted to take them. I’m glad to see some of your friends sharing them.
Oro por tu descanso eterno, que brille para ti la luz Perpetua. Fortaleza y paz para todas las personas que te conocíamos y queríamos. Hasta que Dios nos reuna otra vez lady
Posted by Elizabeth Graham on July 16, 2020
Natalie was my friend and a friend of our family, we love her and she will be missed
Posted by Phyllis Carson on July 16, 2020
I had the pleasure of meeting Natalie in May 2019. She was so friendly and and I felt like I new her all my life. We had an instant connection. She was so easy to talk to and she wanted to know all about my life. I shared with her my recent loss of my son in March of 2019. She was very caring and showed so much empathy and concern for my loss. We also talked about her love for jewelry, and how she had worked as a gemologist at one time. When we talked last she was in the process of job hunting and we were going to stay in touch. I never made it back to Palm Beach liked I hoped. I regret not making it back, as I would have loved to see her again, and I know we would have become even closer friends. Her last text to me said "it was really great talking to you and stay in touch." I wish I could have known her longer; she was and still is a beautiful soul.
Posted by Sarah Anne Tanner Turner ... on July 15, 2020
Sending love and prayers for Uncle Mark, Mark, and all the family.
Sarah Anne Tanner Turner Patterson
Posted by Cindy Cash on July 14, 2020
Natalie, those left behind are very sad and weeping from the loss of you here with us. We are truly comforted from your own words “I’ve lived a full life and I’m confident that I’m saved by Jesus Christ and I know I’m going to heaven to be in God’s holy presence and reunited with my Mom”. I cherish our decades as best friends and I’m blessed to have had many wonderful memories with you and know we’ll see each other again, hugs to you, Mamacita, and my Mom. Godspeed Natalcakes!

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Posted by Desiree Broadwell on July 25, 2020
I don’t even know where to begin. My heart stopped when hearing of your passing! I have been asking GOD why? Disbelief and speechless is the words I’ve chose. Your friendship to my family and ME is like no other! 37 years of smiles, laughter, talks, travels, dinners, breakfast, beach days and lots of stories till we cried. Your TRUE friendship and loyalty as a friend will be missed! I am just completely sad and so wishing I could have been by your side !! I’m so heart broken and PURE SAD!! Give Ann “Mamacita” a huge hug. Hug your grandparents neck for me. And Nat, I will always miss you, Think of you, look for your signs, and most of all... I will miss our late night phone calls . GOD has you in his arms now, enjoy catching up with mom. Hug my grandparents and sit tight beautiful lady... till we meet again❤️
Posted by George Bridges on July 23, 2020
Natalie, I just don't know what to say. My little lost friend. I wanted so much for you to be happy. I just didn't know how to do that for you. You were a gift in my life and you will always be part of me.
I know that you are where the sun is shinning on you and you're with your mother and little Boogie.
When I think of you it will always be happy thoughts and it will be often. Now you are happy and at peace. Good for you Natalie
Posted by Carolina Canelas on July 17, 2020
This is so hard for me, it’s been very painful to believe that Natalie is gone and I won’t hear her sweet voice calling me “ hey lady” . We always used to joke about that! We’ve been friends for 20 years, ever since I met her at work back in the days at Mayors jewelers at the Florida Mall. I don’t think I have enough words to express how special she has been not only in my life but in so many people! She was always full of life, a beautiful smile, liked all the fine things and traveled.
Mi amiga bella, I’m going to miss you so much! Rest In Peace in the arms of God! You’re in my thoughts and prayers, I couldn’t find pictures as you never wanted to take them. I’m glad to see some of your friends sharing them.
Oro por tu descanso eterno, que brille para ti la luz Perpetua. Fortaleza y paz para todas las personas que te conocíamos y queríamos. Hasta que Dios nos reuna otra vez lady
Recent stories

Cooking with Natalie!

Shared by Cindy Cash on July 14, 2020
As many of you know, Natalie developed an extensive palate for delicious cuisine!  She learned about enjoying and preparing delicious food from her parents!  Check out a few of her “cooking class” videos trying to help me!

Natalie and Jennifer

Shared by Jennifer Thomas on July 12, 2020
We grew up together on Garden street and she loved telling the story to people about how I taught her to tie her shoelaces and to ride a bike. I am only 3 years older than her but we had so much fun together playing in the front yard (red light-green light), woods, beach, going to grandma Chambers house and Fort Wilderness. I would push her around in the stroller. As we got older we went snow skiing, drove for the first time on ice and almost slid into another car, was stranded in the snow with no power, and no wood to keep us warm and yet still it was amazing fun and crazy times. These are some of the great memories we laughed about and the crazy stuff that sometimes just happens. She just loved to eat out and her favorites were often mine. Chicken piccata and a Shrimp lover she was. Always loved to eat at Benihana or Kobe style cuisine.  Her dreams were to travel to exotic destinations and enjoy the experience, she worked to save money and then travel with friends to those places. She did just that! She was one of the sweetest person’s  I have ever met and I was proud to call her a best friend for 50+ years.